SEPTEMBER 10, 2021
As we we reflect and commemorate the anniversary of September 11th, 2001, we honor those, such as fire fighters, police officers, doctors, teachers and even everyday people who risked their lives to help others. We celebrate America's resilience, ability to work together, help one another, and commit to respecting all people.
We also celebrate the kindness of our community. I am proud to live in an area that supports each other and our school.
FIRST DAY FUN
SAVE THE DATE!
9/13- School Board Meeting @CCHS - 7:00 p.m.
9/15-Girl Scout Meeting @CES cafeteria - 6:00 p.m.
9/21-National IT Professionals Day - William Grundemann is Amazing!
10/6 - COUNT DAY
10/13- CUES Picture Day
10/13-14 - Parent/Teacher Conferences
10/18 - NO SCHOOL for students (Staff Professional Development)
11/22 - Trimester 2 begins
11/24 thru 11/26 - NO SCHOOL (Thanksgiving Holiday Break)
STUDENT DROP OFF AND PICK UP PROCEDURES
SAFETY is our top priority during arrival and dismissal times. Please take note of a few important items that will keep our children safe as they enter and exit our buildings.
If you transport your own child, please have them enter and exit your vehicle from the right lane in front of the school building. You may also pick up and drop off by parking in the lot at the west end of the CUES building. Please do not park in the middle lot (located between the buildings).
Please pull forward and refrain from leaving large gaps in between your car and the next car.
Students are NEVER allowed to cross traffic to and from the middle lot before or after school. They must utilize the pickup and drop-off lane or the west parking lot.
At the intersection of School & Broad Streets, please keep ONE car to a lane and do not try to pass cars near the intersection.
If you are picking your child up from school prior to dismissal, please come to the office window to sign your child out.
If your child has a change in after school transportation, please contact the office by 2 pm.
CUES is proud to offer free breakfast and lunch to all students. Your child has a lunch account in Meal Magic. You can deposit money into your child's account online or by sending in an envelope marked with your child's first and last name. Please email our food service Director, Lindsay.Kandell@myeagles.org for any questions about your child's lunch account.
Snacks that are available for purchase daily include:
Fruit Snacks $.50
We encourage all families who think they may financially qualify for Free or Reduced lunch to apply. The information remains confidential. CUES receives money based on the percentage of families who qualify and the application is required in order for families receive EBT payments. The application must be filled out each year. Please click the link below to apply. Printed forms are available in the CUES office.
LET'S STAY HYDRATED
NOMINATE YOUR TEACHER!
Parents and Students: Jackson Magazine is now accepting nominations for the 2022 Top Teacher. If you know a teacher that is an outstanding leader, is dedicated to students, and has gone above and beyond to help students and parents, especially during the pandemic, please visit their website at www.jacksonmagazine.com, go to events tab and select Top Teachers. The due date for 2022 nominations is October 15, 2021.
WELCOME MS. COOK - 4TH GRADE
Ms. Cook is our new 4th Grade Teacher. She enjoys traveling and spending time with friends and family. Her favorite food is ice cream and she loves coffee. She is a graduate of Central Michigan University. We welcome Ms. Cook to CUES!
WELCOME MS. EMBERTON - 4TH GRADE
Ms. Emberton is our new 4th Grade Teacher. She enjoys traveling, working out, concerts and baking. Her favorite foods are anything sweet, smoothies or breakfast foods. She is also a graduate of Central Michigan University. We welcome Ms. Emberton to CUES!
WELCOME MRS. LADD-3RD GRADE TEACHER
WELCOME MS. SLATER - RESOURCE ROOM
Ms. Slater is our new Resource Room Teacher. She came to us from Jackson Public Schools. She loves playing golf and watching football. Her favorite food is tacos. She is a graduate of Spring Arbor University. We welcome Ms. Slater to CUES!
Mrs. Hunter, CUES Secretary: Lori.Hunter@myeagles.org
Mrs. Schatzle, CUES Counselor: Krista.Schatzle@myeagles.org
CUES Office: (517) 592-2181
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